Theresa Braine
10/3/14
With 35,000 walruses camped out on the edge of town, the 250-population Native village of Point Lay, Alaska has been thrust onto the world stage...
Angela Gonzalez
9/28/14
This post comes to us from a blog called the Athabascan Woma n. She offered it up and we jumped at the chance...
ICTMN Staff
9/23/14
Albuquerque, New Mexico – Last week, the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) hosted the Enough Good People Awards Banquet and Silent Auction at the 16th annu...
Iḷisaġvik College
8/31/14
Like many regional entities and programs, the Uqautchim Uglua (Language Nest) initiative at Iḷisaġvik College works for indigenized education and Iñupiat educational self-determina...
ICTMN Staff
8/8/14
The Polley Mine tailings-pond disaster unfolding in British Columbia is being watched closely by those opposing the Pebble Mine proposal in neighboring Alaska’s Bristol Bay region...
NIEA
8/3/14
In just two months, thousands of Native education advocates will head to Anchorage, Alaska for The National Indian Education Association’s 45 th Annual Convention and Trade Show on...
ICTMN Staff
7/31/14
As the effects of climate change become more and more pronounced and better understood, the concerns of Indigenous Peoples are coming more and more to the fore...
Sealaska
7/15/14
Tlingit artist Doug Chilton is the leader of the One People Canoe Society. His job as a canoe skipper is to motivate people to pull together...
Richard Walker
7/14/14
An ocean-going canoe carved in 2004 by Haida master carver Saaduuts Peele and students at Pinehurst K-8 School in Seattle is being restored...

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